U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged on Saturday that the United States is maintaining direct channels of communications with North Korea.
Here’s a closer look at what a hydrogen bomb could mean for sea creatures, fisheries, astronauts and even Google Earth.
By Amy Taxin, Associated Press
This is the Trump administration's third measure to limit travel following a broad ban that sparked chaos at U.S. airports in January and a temporary order issued months later that was challenged in the courts and expired last weekend.
By PBS NewsHour and Nick Schifrin
North Korea has long rallied its people with bombastic threats against the U.S., but lately the evolving war of words has escalated between the two countries. Nick Schifrin speaks with Kathleen Stephens of Stanford University and Balbina Hwang of Georgetown…
President Donald Trump says if the U.S. takes a military option in dealing with the threat from North Korea "it will be devastating."…
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
The eight banks are all in North Korea. The Treasury Department said the 26 individuals are North Korean nationals employed by those banks.
By PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court is dropping scheduled oral arguments over President Trump’s controversial travel ban, a day after the White House announced a revised travel ban that added Chad, North Korea and Venezuela to the list of restricted countries. Judy Woodruff…
By PBS NewsHour
Following President Trump’s tweet that North Korean leaders “won’t be around much longer,” North Korea’s foreign minister said his country has "every right to make counter measures" and is ready to shoot down U.S. bombers. The announcement escalates the war…
By Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
The Trump administration clarified Monday that it's not seeking to overthrow North Korea's government after the president tweeted that Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" and Pyongyang interpreted it as a declaration of war.
By Associated Press
The unsigned order from the justices Monday asks both sides to weigh in by Oct. 5 about what to do with the case.
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